50+ Best Websites for Teachers

50+ Best Websites for Teachers

These days there are so many websites and resources available to help teachers, but that doesn’t mean that teachers know what all’s available to them.

There’s so many lists of websites out there, but what makes this one unique is that these websites have been recommended by teachers themselves. Thank you to all the teachers who submitted your favorite website!

A disclaimer, though: I have not personally vetted all of these websites. I’ve simply compiled a list of websites that teachers love and recommend. I hope it will be helpful. And help make this list even better by adding your favorites in the comments!

Best websites for teachers

Websites that Provide Resources, Ideas, or Professional Help

 Great Websites for the Classroom and/or Students

  • Remind.com – a safe way for parents to text message students and stay in touch with parents
  •  Moby Max – integrated curriculum and teacher use system for ELA and math Common Core
  •  Discovery Education – provides high quality, dynamic, digital content to schools
  •  Read Theory – Sign up for free and gain access to over 1,000 reading comprehension exercises.
  •  Read  Works – reading comprehension
  •  FCRR – Florida Center for Reading Research
  •  GoNoodle – brain breaks kids love
  •  ABCya.com – free educational kids computer games
  •  Planbook.com – lesson planning made easy
  •  Free Rice – practice questions in a variety of subjects (and they donate rice to impoverished countries for each answer you get right. How cool is that!?)
  •  Flocabulary – educational hip-hop songs and videos
  •  Reading Rockets – help young children learn to read
  •  CNN Student News  – a ten-minute, commercial-free, daily news program designed for middle and high school classes.
  •  Grammar Bytes – grammar quizzes
  •  AR Book Finder
  •  Utah Education Network – K-2 student interactives & much more
  • Illuminations – resources for teaching math

 Awesome Blogs for Teachers

Is your favorite website not on the list? Add it in the comments below.

This post is sponsored by Dad’s Worksheets. We have used their resources in the past, so we were so excited when they approached us about a partnership. 

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Linda Kardamis

I believe that when God calls us to teach, He promises the strength & wisdom to do it well. All we need to do is keep learning, growing, and depending on Him. I'm here to provide practical advice and Biblical encouragement so you'll have the confidence and perspective to not only inspire your students but reach their hearts as well.

  • Er Ingau Det says:

    Edmodo! I use it with my middle school students – it is very user friendly and a great way of communicating (and saving paper!)

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  • zaha says:

    very useful

  • Thank you for listing us as one of your 50 BEST!!!!

  • Thank you for adding Dear Teacher/Love Teacher to your list! You are awesome!

  • DEAR TEACHERS: I would like to make it clear that we are not soliciting funds for students. The monetary award is coming through the TEACHERS FOR MARY organization. We only need for teachers to nominate a student…nothing more. The money will sit unused without nominations. How sad that would be for the children who deserve it. Kind Regards. Myra

  • So sorry…the website is: http://www.maryevethorsonscholarshipfund.com. The monetary awards are for 8th grade students. Please pass the link along if possible. Thank you again.

  • Sawaram says:

    All websites are quite good and it helping teachers a lot. Moreover I have seen some teachers and student are using http://stunited.org. This website is more comprehensive and user-friendly fit for teacher, student and parents.

  • Andrea says:

    Love, Teach blog

  • Jay says:

    Learnzillion is great!

  • I host a series of free writing videos on my YouTube channel. My teacher friends have found them quite helpful. Please check out the link and share if you think your teacher audience will find my short writing instruction videos interesting and useful as well: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWlH7ELKVUDDWtUJ8AC03Dg/videos

    Thanks for your time and consideration!

  • Thank you very useful for me

  • Miley's Daughter says:

    My favorites are starfall.com for younger kids, incredibox.com for older kids interested in technology and powermylearning.com. All free!

  • Julie says:

    E-learningforkids and Sheppard Software – both free and amazing!!

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  • Chris says:

    Help Teaching (www.helpteaching.com) is great resource for those looking for common core aligned Math and ELA worksheets.

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    I m agree with your program

  • We would love to be added to your list. We have a free membership and a premium membership. https://www.spellingcity.com/teachers-overview.html

  • Great work. http://www.edugain.com is another good website for printable Math worksheets.

  • Erin Gaudet says:

    Edmodo! I use it with my middle school students – it is very user friendly and a great way of communicating (and saving paper!)

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  • hawzhin says:

    most of the websites ask for money ,why there is not free good website !!!

    • There are some great websites out there that are free and quite a few of these are. But when you think about it, someone has to put a lot of time into creating an awesome website & resources. And unless they are already a millionaire, they need to make an income somehow. People can start a website on the side while they still have a full-time job. But if they want to get serious about creating an amazing website they can’t do with just a few hours a week. They need to do it full-time, which means it has to make money.

      • Ellen D says:

        Technology Integration blog by Erin Flanagan ERintegration is found on TPT and has been very helpful for a school library with a small budget

    • The Virtual teacher says:

      TeacherSherpa- it’s amazing!

  • Chris Dillon says:

    Hi All,

    I am contacting with regards to my educational site for primary school teachers and children http://www.teachingcave.com. It is a site which offers a variety of free and paid resources for primary school teachers and parents.

    I am a primary school teacher based in Northern Ireland and TeachingCave.com is based on the NI Curriculum (although we have members worldwide). The site has been designed so that children can navigate easily through the areas of learning to find the learning games and resources they need.


  • Gabriela says:

    Kahoot is a great website to use with the kids in school!! You can make your own games or use public ones and duplicate to make them your own. It requires access to an iPad or a smartphone. It is GREAT!! The students go to kahoot.it and wait for a game pin that you project for them on the screen from the getkahoot website. They answer questions by tapping the right color of the choice on their device. They compete through speed and accuracy. The kids LOVE it!!! There is fun music and the ability to upload images and videos. Buena Suerte!!

  • nadene says:

    ResponsiveClassroom.org – best classroom management system ever

  • D. Singer says:

    For our special needs students, http://www.AutismEducators.com offers tons of free activities, a free IEP goal bank (with FREE customized goal writing now available through their Pinterest and Facebook page), and a Teacher’s Wish List where items are purchased for you!

  • Edward Shane says:

    This a great resource for teachers! Would you mind adding our website?

    Hoot of Loot
    A FREE website for teachers to buy and sell used teaching supplies.

  • Meghna says:

    teachervision.com is pretty good for printables and worksheets

  • Thank you for this beautiful collection…. I have been going through it and its really useful. One may get ideas as well to modify the things given as per the context.
    Thanks again!

  • Marilyn Gleason says:

    Great List! I appreciate the time you put into pulling this together. There are a few resources I was not aware of before.

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  • Graham East says:

    Typing Tournament Online http://www.typingtournament.com is a new web service designed to teach children to type. It is suitable for use both at home and school and operates on Mac and PC computers, iPads and Surface and Android tablets. Typing Tournament Online has been over 12 years in development building on the old CD based product Typing Tournament. The powerful new version is totally transformed with over 100 enhancements that make it easier for children to learn to type and more powerful for teachers. It is full of innovative features that combine to help children use the right fingers on the right keys and motivate them to learn and is informed by our in-class research program. It supports children to work independently by reading aloud the key instructions. Uniquely it uses a bespoke on-screen keyboard to overcome the serious issues arising with the inbuilt soft keyboards on mobile devices. It uses a powerful combination of mastery learning, teaching sequences and games to motivate children to learn the vital skill of keyboarding. Typing Tournament Online can be used anywhere there is an internet connection. The fully featured school management system allows the importation of lists of children and has advanced report that put teachers in control. Typing Tournament Online is a truly revolutionary service that empowers children to learn the vital skill of 10 finger typing.

  • Lavern Hollis says:

    http://www.thisreadingmama.com has some great resources

  • Jael Penn says:

    Please consider adding my Dyslexia & Intervention Coach website. It has a lot of info for teachers about kids who learn differently or struggle to read. Thank you for your consideration and God bless.

  • Thanks a lot. I’m going to have a look at them.

  • Sandy says:

    We have a great education site The Classroom
    Check it out!

  • John says:

    For basic facts about different countries, I use http://nationfacts.net with my students.

  • Jill says:


  • Leonelle says:

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on work from
    home careers. Regards

  • Anonymous says:

    When God created the kindergarten teacher
    When God created the kindergarten teacher, he was already the sixth day of working overtime.
    Then the angel appears and says, “Lord, how long are you going to do with this character?”
    And God said, “Have you seen this special order – should be easy to maintain, but shall not be made of plastic,
    that has 160 moving parts, must have nerves like steel cables,
    and a lap that can simultaneously sit ten children, and yet that can sit on a small children’s chair
    she must have her back that which all can endure, and to live predominantly in bowed position.
    Her consolation must heal all from lumps on thear head to the pain on the soul, must have six pairs of hands. ”
    The angel shook his head and said, “Six pairs of hands, but that’s impossible!”
    “the hands are not the problem,” said God, “but three sets of eyes, that teacher must have.”
    “Is that the standard model?” the angel asked
    God nods affirmatively : “One pair that sees through closed doors, wile she asks: What are you doing there? And she already knew everything.
    Another couple at the back, with which she sees what should not, but what she has to know.
    and at the end, Of course the two eyes forward, which can look a child that is behaving impossible, and she still says:
    I understand you and i love you very much – without excuses and even one word. ”
    “O Lord!” Angel pulled God’s sleeve, “Go to sleep and continue tomorrow.”
    “I can not” God replied, “I’m close to create something that somewhat resembles.
    I’ve managed her to heal herself when she is sick, to 30 children can satisfy with only one birthday cake,
    to a 6-year-olds can be persuaded to wash his hands before eating,
    to 3-year-olds convince that plasticine is not edible and his legs i conceived as a tool for running and not for hitting. ”
    The angel circled slowly around the model of teacher, and sighed: “too soft.”
    “But toughened,” replied energetically God “You can not believe what this teacher can endure.”
    “Can she think?”
    “Not only think, but also to judge and make compromises, and forget!”
    Finally the angel bent over and slide his finger over the face of the model:
    “There’s something leaking, I said to you, Lord, that in this model you trying to cram too much.”
    “It is not leaking, it’s a tear.”
    “And what does it serve?”
    “For the joy, sorrow, disappointment, pain and loneliness.”
    “You really are a genius, Lord!” said Angel ..

  • Eric Stevens says:

    All very true and useful information, Thank You for this! I would like to share that while everyone knows that Skype can be a powerful tool for homeschooling and online learning but have you heard about Zoom webinar software and real time whiteboard for building custom whiteboards for the English learning classroom? I have been using Skype for business English lessons as a business English teacher and it is so much better to have one-on-one lessons to help students learn language. Now, I have discovered Zoom I don’t think I will ever go back to Skype. Please be sure to give Zoom and real time whiteboard a try they are useful tools to consider.

  • youtube0mp3 says:

    A lot of teachers have been using it for Teaching students about the legislative process, Finding a piece of legislation by identifying issues you care about, and writing a persuasive essay about it, and Helping students understand how current events lead to new bills.

  • Dara says:

    Thank You so much for these awesome websites and resources!!

  • Dipanshu Dutta says:

    These are some of the great educational resources for the kids. I am going to use these resources for my nephew for his studies. One of the resources which I am using and not part of the list. They are providing free thanksgiving, Christmas colorful, story-based and printable math worksheets which are useful for teachers, homeschooling mothers, parents who want kids to practice math in a fun way. The link is given below


    Thanks for sharing your resources.

  • chandan says:

    Include a website http://www.beyondteaching.com/ It is a leading site on the news, Jobs, stories, innovation and blogging for the teachers.

  • I’d like to suggest Gabriel’s Seeds http://www.gabrielsseeds.eu – learning apps generator that makes so easy to create personalized and engaging online lessons (K-3) in minutes.

  • Lamarcus says:

    Educator Resource Academy

    They provide resources for ESL and special education students. Students can take online courses to help with different subjects. You can also ask them to create a course for you.


  • ETO says:

    Thanks for this great list. You can add https://www.englishtestsonline.com/ to list for English teachers and learners.

  • Maya Trevino says:

    Thatquiz is a really cool math website where it also calculates the average grade! Makes stuff easier for you! Also my lowest grade students, Sheetal and Hans Raj are doing well in class too!

  • Phyllis says:

    Hi! My husband’s website ToyTheater.com is chock full of educational games for kids and virtual manipulatives for teachers. The focus is on K-3 but fun for older kids too, even fun games for teachers. Totally free to use and really high quality (not that I’m biased or anything 🙂 ).

  • Roger says:

    Got to know about a new website http://www.grade1to6.com and they are amazing with nice worksheets of English and Maths. It has worksheets only upto grade 6. We used it for our new batch of students and they loved it.

  • Roger says:

    One amazing website we use is http://www.grade1to6.com.

  • Paul says:

    I use http://www.classroomhelpers.com for my worksheets! Makes random pages that my students have to solve for themselves, and can’t copy their friends

  • Dad says:

    If you’re looking for quality math resources, including worksheets, animated teaching calculators and more, I’d invite you to visit https://www.dadsworksheets.com! The site is completely free and doesn’t even require a registration or sign-up to access all the printed materials. There are over 8000 printable PDF math worksheets with answer keys, animated teaching calculators for long division, multiplication, factoring, and so much more… I hope you’ll stop by and say hello!

  • Joe Davis says:

    Great article to align teachers with modern day teaching.

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  • Vicky says:

    Really helpful for teachers.keep up the good work.

  • Free Learning Websites – Welcome to Bibloteka free Study Materials websites. If you get much advance study Materials then get free books to download pdf and much more.

  • Robert Topp says:

    Designed to give parents and teachers resources for encouraging a love of reading in their children, https://readmeastoryink.com has over 120 free printable stories by award winning authors perfect for reading aloud at the elementary level. It also includes recommended reading lists for various ages, links to other wonderful children’s site and a growing number of audio stories perfect for family or classroom listening.

  • Teacherstack says:

    Try http://www.teacherstack.com for managing and running station rotations!

  • tan says:

    like to share kids friendly site https://www.kidztype.com/ , a dedicated site for kids to learn touch typing, learning keyboard will help kids to do there computer activities

  • I love MrsQuimbyReads.com . Teaching Literacy and Life Lessons with Children’s Literature. Many resources for literacy, math, social studies and science. Engaging pages
    Find resources that save teacher’s time. Reading good books and writing about them … inspires children to read with meaning and purpose. Spelling pages that get results. Visit to see over 240 teacher resources for grades PreK to 3. https://www.mrsquimbyreads.com/

  • Tarun Gupta says:

    Fantastic blog! Thanks for sharing a very interesting post, I appreciate to blogger for an amazing post.

  • Anna says:

    I would recommend ‘Ideas for English Lessons’ with a huge number of very interesting ESL games.

  • Good collection of sites.

  • Peter Brown says:

    Many teachers are loving GMM for its classroom features https://getmoremath.com is helping kids learn and retain skills.

  • Eli Sheldon says:

    Thank you for sharing so many resources! To add one, I’m excited to announce the official launch of Showcase: a lightweight digital portfolio that represents only the work students are proud to share. https://showcaseedu.com

  • Taryn caird says:

    Can I add Getsmart4kids

  • Appfinz says:

    Thank you for adding Dear Teacher/Love Teacher to your list! You are awesome!

  • Evoque Mwaura says:

    Awesome post you got here! You might wanna add this site I discovered just recently. Got tons of resources for teachers, parents and studies!


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